At Denver's mandatory minicamp, quarterback Tim Tebow was far from perfect. He threw two interceptions, but according to ESPN, Denver coach Josh McDaniels "praised Tebow’s progress in learning the system." Also according to ESPN, McDaniels indicated he's leaning toward keeping just two quarterbacks active on the game-day 45-man roster because having more would “put us behind the eight ball at other spots.”
It's inevitable that Tebow will emerge as Denver's starter before the 2010 season is over, but until then, you can expect to see the former Florida Gator (also known in some circles as The Greatest American Hero) in a variety of special play packages. If Tebow surprises the experts and emerges as a legitimate NFL quarterback, he won't make a major impact in the fantasy world until 2011 at the earliest.